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A Grave Undertaking-Halloween Bash A Spirited Event
October 28, 2017
6:00 PM

Super Bowl Party Social
February 03, 2018
6:00 PM

Mardi Gras Swing Party

2016 Halloween Party Recap

Halloween 2015 RECAP
October 24, 2015
6:00 PM

Chairman: Chris Germain
Chef: Dave Parsons
Sous Chef: John McGrath

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~ Chef Dave with Sous Chef John ~

Chef Dave with Sous Chef John





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GLPA has several Saturday night "socials" throughout the year where members can bring spouses or significant others and join in an evening of fun, food and frivolity. Most often there is a theme for the evening - Halloween, Home Sweet Home (pj's were encouraged), the 1950s, etc.

A Grave Undertaking-Halloween Bash A Spirited Event
October 28, 2017 6:00 PM

Our hosts Grayson and Lydia Bones are dying to see you at our annual haunted event. The date is coming up fast, so resurrect a spooky outfit or costume and plan to attend. The hall will be ghostly, the playlist ghoulish, and the buffet mysterious. The menu is still being finalized, but since the retirement of Chef Dave it will most likely be a catered Italian buffet.

Rattle your bones to the magical themed music, do the Zombie strut or perhaps the Monster Mash in our costume contest, and of course we will have the dessert contest. This year’s theme is ‘To Hell with the Diet.’ You do not need a costume to attend. You can come and enjoy those who are wearing costumes and spend time chatting with friends.

Please make your reservations with Chris Germain at the club or through the online sign up on the left side column of this page and then pay Chris at the club prior to the Bash.

If the spirit moves you and you would like to help with the setup and decorations, please contact Chris at the club or by e-mail. She will be at the club on Friday, October 27, and on the day of the party and could use the company, not to mention arms, legs, and backs.

The cost for this gathering is a mere 15 dollars a person. This includes libations, food, and a very good time. Set the date aside and plan to attend

Come on down and join us - Bones and Lydia are dying to meet you (oops, too late). We’ll have a freakishly good time.

Chris Germain, MNEC
Your Hostess and Chief Fortune Teller



Super Bowl Party Social
February 03, 2018 6:00 PM

Full information to follow. Lets hope the PATRIOTS give us something to cheer for.


Mardi Gras Swing Party

Chris Germain, MNEC, our hostess for the evening with help of Dana Hoffman, MNEC decorated the hall in purple and green with streamers, balloons, masks, feathers and crowns. The table cloths were green and each table had a wine glass centerpiece with a purple mask, feathers and loads and loads of beads. Everyone was able to take some beads and wear them without any tasks to perform or body parts to show. Chris had given me a tiara to wear which I paired with purple boas, as I am the Queen after all and she had voodoo top hat with feathers. Jake Mosser and Walter Losee each had straw hats on and Dottie Beaudoin had a fancy mask with a huge black feather. Denise Benavides on the other hand had a very tiny tiny little hat on her head which though purple was hardly worth wearing. Jake also had on an appropriate skull head shirt in pink and purple.

The night started out with appetizers of cheese, salsa, chips and lots of shrimp, then Chef Dave Parsons, MNEC, with the assistance of sous chef John McGrath cooked us up a meal fit for a Mardi Gras King. The menu had some spice in the food and for those who wanted more you could add ‘Slap Your Momma Seasoning’ to the Creole vegetables –which were just little trees of various kinds with a few small ears of corn, smoked sausage, seasoned chicken, jambalaya shrimp and tasty corn bread. The food was delight and plentiful, enough to feed a small army with takeout containers for everyone to have left over’s.

We had a great trivia game on the city of New Orleans and Mardi Gras itself put together by Barbara Rozavsky, HonNEC. The winning table got bragging rights and lottery tickets. Barbara also worked her magic with the music for the evening-blues, zidigo and jazz.

Desserts for the night started with a Mardi Gras King Cake flown in directly from Joe Gambinos Bakery in New Orleans, and added to the desert table were .lemon cookies, pies, cakes and a rum chocolate trifle.The baby in the King’s cake was found by Brenda Driscoll who also got a lottery ticket and the right to take over my Queens position for the rest of the night. Dave Parsons, MNEC took a great shot of Jake with his phone – please see below. I loaned him my boa for part of the party.

Your Social Secretary Susan Mosser, HonPSA, HonNEC

2016 Halloween Party Recap

Here are a few images from the Halloween Party this fall. Thanks to Tony Marino for the images. Click for images

Halloween 2015 RECAP
October 24, 2015 6:00 PM

See images from the evening. It may take a couple of minutes to load, so be patient. Click for images